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Bangkok in October
Written by Arundhati Toshniwal on May 17, 2022 Share on

Bangkok in October: An Absolute Guide for a Perfect Thai Vacation!

Bangkok is one of the most popular destinations in the world located on the banks of the Chao Phraya River. The capital city of Thailand is known for ornate shrines, cultural beauty, vibrant attractions and bustling street life. The delicious Thai gastronomy is spread all over the world showing its magic. Visit Bangkok in October to explore the wonders of Thailand with your loved ones. To know more about this exciting destination in October, keep reading through –

Weather in Bangkok – October

Make plans to visit this exciting city in October when the weather conditions are warm, humid and sometimes rainy. The daily average temperature is recorded at around 28.5°C (83°F), with high temperatures approaching 32°C (90°F) and low temperatures around 25°C (77°F). The sun shines for at least six hours a day and you can expect an average of 16 days of rainfall in October.

  • Temperature: 28.5°C (83°F)
  • High Temperature: 32°C (90°F)
  • Low Temperature: 25°C (77°F)
  • Sunshine Hours: 6 
  • Rainfall: 190 mm
  • Rainfall Days: 16

Also read: Bangkok in November: A Complete Guide for Best Travel Experience!

 

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What to pack for Bangkok in October

October is a warm month with 6 hours of the sun shining daily. The month also expects 16 days of rain, so you have to plan your packing accordingly. Pack light wear clothes such as tops, t-shirts, shirts, jeans, capris, shorts, etc. do not forget to pack waterproof jackets, boots and an umbrella. Other than these items, pack sunscreen lotion, hat, scarf, sandals, slippers and shoes. Get ready to flex your fashion sense in Bangkok and click tons of pictures.

Also read: 10 most Instagrammable Spots in Thailand – Flaunt your Insta-feed!

What to pack for Bangkok in October
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Things To Do in Morning in Bangkok in October

1. Visit Holy Temples and Know about the Thai Culture

Thailand is nothing without its holy temples (wat) and shrines. This country has more than 40,000 temples with over 400 temples in Bangkok. Visiting a temple in the morning is the perfect way to start your day with positivity. You can bring peace and optimism and make your thoughts clear by visiting temples. It is not possible to visit all the 400 temples on your Bangkok trip in October but do try visiting these temples listed below –

  • Wat Saket
  • Wat Arun
  • Wat Phra Kaew
  • Wat Pho
  • Wat Traimit
  • Wat Ratchanatdaram Worawihan
  • Wat Benjamabhopit

Also read: Seven Things That You Never Expect On WAT Arun In Bangkok.

Wat Pho
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2. Stroll around the Early Morning Markets

The best way to explore any city is to wake up early in the morning and visit the local markets. The morning vibes with a fresh breeze are very energising for the whole day. You can stroll through the markets and buy some great stuff for your partner or just for yourself. You can even click some amazing snaps for social media and enjoy the wonderful views. 

You can visit –

  • Flower Market (Pak Klong Talad) – for fresh and best flowers
  • Pratunam Morning Market – women’s only clothing market
  • Trok Mor Morning Market – local food and snacks market

Also read: Chatuchak Market Bangkok: Your Go To Shopping Haven in Bangkok

Stroll around the Early Morning Markets in Bangkok in October
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Things To Do at Night in Bangkok in October

1. Visit Asiatique: The Riverfront

This majestic open-air mall is set along the Chao Phraya River. You can find almost everything here as it covers a 50,000 square metres area and boasts 1500 boutique shops and eateries. Not only this, this spacious mall has Bangkok’s biggest Ferris Wheel. The place also hosts many entertaining shows such as a cabaret show and a muay Thai boxing show. You can spend hours and hours here without getting bored!

  • Address: 2194 CharoenKrung Rd, Wat Phraya Krai, Bang Kho Laem, Bangkok
  • Timing: 11:00 am to 12:00 am

Also read: Terminal 21 In Bangkok: A Visit To World Cities Themed Shopping Mall

Visit Asiatique: The Riverfront
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2. Go on a Tuk-Tuk Food Tour

Immerse yourself in Thailand’s local life by having a tour in a Tuk-Tuk (Auto). Explore the culinary heritage with the help of a guide. The tour starts from the flower market Pak Klong Talad and after that reaches the famous Wat Pho, the Temple of reclining buddha now it’s time to hit up the food vendors and try the most delicious Thai food ever. A perfect and tasty way to explore Bangkok at night

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3. Watch a Siam Niramit show

The Siam Niramit show is the most famous show, performed on the world’s largest stage in Bangkok. If you love entertainment, acrobats performing, dance and musical performances and so on then you must spend your night watching the Siam Niramit show. You will also be provided with a delicious pre-show Thai dinner. Engage in understanding the cultural and historical heritage. 

  • Address: 19 Thiam Ruam Mit Rd, Huai Khwang, Bangkok

Also read: Bangkok in September: Weather, Top Places to Visit and Stay Options

Watch a Siam Niramit show in Bangkok in October
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Frequently Asked Questions about Bangkok in October

1. What is the weather like in Bangkok in October?

The daily average temperature is recorded at around 28.5°C (83°F), with high temperatures approaching 32°C (90°F) and low temperatures around 25°C (77°F). The sun shines for at least six hours a day and you can expect an average of 16 days of rainfall in October. Make plans to visit this exciting city in October when the weather conditions are warm, humid and sometimes rainy.

2. Should I visit Asiatique: The Riverfront mall in Bangkok?

This majestic open-air mall is set along the Chao Phraya River. You can find almost everything here as it covers a 50,000 square metres area and boasts 1500 boutique shops and eateries. Not only this, this spacious mall has Bangkok’s biggest Ferris wheel. The place also hosts many entertaining shows such as a cabaret show and a muay Thai boxing show. You can spend hours and hours here without getting bored!

3. Where is Wat Arun located?

Wat Arun is located in Bangkok’s Yai district and is on the west bank of the Chao Phraya River. It is a Buddhist temple also known as Wat Arun Ratchawararam Ratchawaramahawihan or Temple of Dawn.

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